Technology Integrator & Computer Science Teacher

Job Level
Academic position
Job Category
Teacher / Instructor
  • Applied Tech (STEAM / Maker / CS / Design)
  • Instructional Technology
Job Status
Areas of Responsibility
  • Computer Science
  • Integration

Faculty Position + Summer Work

Beginning August 19, 2019

Reports to the  Head of Upper School and Director of Technology


Friends Seminary seeks an enthusiastic and innovative educator to lead the Upper School in the use of academic technologies for teaching and learning. The US Technology Integrator promotes and supports the innovative and effective use of educational and classroom technology, collaborates with faculty on projects and curricular initiatives, and teaches computer science and/or engineering classes. Technology Integrators provide support to students and teachers in their use of educational systems and software.  In using these resources, members of the community strive to be mindful of the Quaker values of simplicity and stewardship: technology is meant to support our teaching and learning, not complicate it; and we care not only for the devices that we use, but the way our use of them impacts those around us.

This is a faculty position that includes two weeks of work before and after the school year to assist with preparations of educational technology for the summer and the start of the school and to conduct faculty trainings.


Teaching Responsibilities

  • Develop and oversee the Upper School technology and computer science curriculum

  • Teach required and elective computer science and/or engineering classes

  • Work with LS and MS Computer Science and Technology teachers to coordinate, implement, and evaluate technology and  computer science curriculum across three divisions

  • Serve as an advisor to a small group of US students


Technology Integrator Responsibilities

  • Collaborate with faculty to support the integration of educational technology into the classroom

  • Lead digital citizenship training and support for students

  • Lead faculty professional development and training, including an annual summer workshop series

  • Collaborate with administrative leadership and the technology support team on US technology policies and programming

  • Partner with the technology support team to define and support educational technology initiatives in the community.

  • Keep up-to-date on latest practices in the use of educational technology through  research and professional development and share emerging resources with faculty and students



  • Enthusiasm for working with Upper School students

  • Sense of humor

  • Patient, flexible demeanor

  • Ability to take initiative and work independently

  • Experience using educational technologies in a classroom environment

  • Experience collaborating with faculty and team-teaching

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills

  • Commitment to creating safe, respectful, and dynamic digital learning environments

Required Education
Bachelors Required, Masters Preferred

To apply

Interested candidates must submit a completed Friends Seminary Employment Application, a Cover Letter, Resume, and contact information for three references to

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